Cliff Bleszisnki’s epic return has zero G shenanigans but does it have longevity?
If you are (or have encountered) anyone aged between 8 and 16 over the last week, chances are you’ve already seen or heard of Beat Fever. If you’re a parent maybe ,you’ve even grounded someone for overdoing it on screen time because of this highly engrossing new title. Why is it such as fast hit? […]
Haunted Hotel: Death Sentence is grim right from the start. You receive a note from a dear friend announcing the fact that he’s dead, which is never a cheery bit of news. He implores you to visit the Holy Mountain Hotel to investigate his passing, which sounds like a pretty neat place, right? You know […]
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Flipping a knife into the air and watching it land is probably extremely satisfying and enjoyable. I don’t know — I’m too much of a clumsy wimp to try it. It would just end in disaster. Flippy Knife gives me (and other wimps) an opportunity to see how satisfying it might be. Through a series […]
Ninja Theory’s action adventure is unsettling but emotionally involving despite some straightforward gameplay.
There are a fair number of quality first-person shooters on mobile, but by and large, the big FPS franchises on console and PC haven’t made the transition to phones and tablets that successfully whether they stuck to the same genre or not. Titanfall: Assault breaks free from the morass by keeping the action, characters and […]
Long ago, the evil witch Drosera betrayed her own kind and started a brutal war. The battles raged for ages, ravaging the kingdom with her endless magical fury. Eventually the witch was captured and imprisoned, at which point you’d think the story would come to an end. According to Lost Grimoires 2: Shard of Mystery, […]
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Holy Potatoes! A Weapons Shop?! should really come with a warning on its download screen: this game is highly addictive. This silly simulation game which first appeared on desktops in 2015 is now available for mobile, and now that you can pick it up and bring it with you everywhere you go, it’s almost impossible […]
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There may be no ‘winning’ per se, but there is a right and a wrong way to play Miracle Merchant, the latest release from Arnold Rauers. Play this fantastical solitaire puzzle game the right way and you’ll likely find yourself quickly addicted to the decent challenge it offers as well as its engaging look and […]
Questy Quest is an intriguing one. It takes the shape of a tapper, but at the last minute swerves past the idle genre to offer up something a little more action packed. It’s still about killing as many monsters as possible, only this time you’re essentially playing out a bunch of quick time events (QTEs). […]